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IPNLF publishes a scoping study into the roles of women in the Maldives’ one-by-one tuna fishery supply chains
23rd October 2017
Dr Alice Miller, IPNLF’s Social Research & Programmes Director on the role of women in St Helena’s one-by-one tuna fisheries.
4th October 2017
The International Pole & Line Foundation has been awarded funding from the Research Councils UK’s Global Challenges Research Fund (GCRF) under the Blue Communities project
21st July 2017
Learn about the latest social responsibility and traceability commitments by IPNLF and its Member network.
20th June 2017
IPNLF launches a new report ‘Social Benefits of One-by-One Fisheries’; the second study in its Social Dimension series.
15th May 2017
Two young aspiring fishers from the Fisherman’s Community and Training Centre in the Maldives have travelled to Washington State to learn to fish for MSC certified albacore; it’s a peer-to-peer pole-and-line voyage of discovery. You can catch live updates on Twitter by following the hashtag #IPNLFvoyage.
16th September 2014